My boss is a retired professional wrestler. I won’t say his name, because he might end up firing me for blogging about him, but let’s say that 20 years ago he was a truly famous face in the southern pro wrestling scene. He is the owner of this business, something he invested in years ago, and comes around to visit the shop on a familiar basis. I think this is mostly because he is aged and retired and needs something to do. Although he owns this Heating, Ventilation & A/C maintenance shop, he doesn’t suppose the first thing about the work – because why would he need to? His stock and trade was bashing heads and playing to the crowd, the only reason he owns an Heating, Ventilation & A/C shop is because it was given to him in lieu of spend money back in 1989. The wrestling promoter at the time was flat broke, and I don’t suppose what kind of strongarm tactics the boss used, but rather than take a beating the guy signed over his Heating, Ventilation & A/C business! Since wrestlers don’t have a 401k, he held onto the Heating, Ventilation & A/C business for all these years just as a source of resite after he retired. We are not alone, by the way, aside from the Heating, Ventilation & A/C business he also owns a car mechanic, a tunes store, and a gas station. He tells us that of all his businesses, the Heating, Ventilation & A/C shop is his favorite because it has the best workers. I have a sneaking suspicion that he tells that to the employees at all his stores, because he’s still nice at laboring a crowd.